The city of Durban has found its shape in traces of India, Indonesia, Brazil, Zanzibar and Europe. Our colourful history is reflected in the profusion of Cape-Dutch, Indian, Victorian, Edwardian, Tudor, French Provincial, Neo-Gothic styles and Art Deco architecture. The landscape from the coast to the country is a gentle transformation from palm trees, beach café's, steel and glass city’s, to rolling hills, meandering countryside and dramatic mountain passes.The region presents miles of sandy beaches, rocky cliffs, blue water lagoons, and a myriad of rivers, lakes and imposing
waterfalls, the most known of these, Howick Falls, the
second highest waterfall in the world.